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does not make it any less of part of the human experience or any less unexplained. steve volk, the author of fringeology. obviously we have to know the story to get going here. >> i grew up with it as a kid. i was about 6 years old when the events happened, but i have some memory of them. it would happen only at night in the middle of the night. the kids upstairs, statistic parents downstairs. my sisters complained of worse things happening in their room, the blankets being pulled from their bed. the bed frame would shake as if somebody had grabbed the bedpost right through a closed door. now, my parents focused. not so much as dissolving but passing right through this. it dun financial -- it was too loud and went on for too long, long minutes. my father was a practices catholic time, and he had the priest come over and blessed the house, and the things were worse. the noise went on, longer or louder. we went downstairs, our parents were thinking of leaving for the night. at the hit tess top of the stairs and then came down one step at a time. >> come on, man. come on. >> yeah
's thinking. don't let the noise of other people's opinions drown out your inner voice. >> steve jobs, the visionary who stepped down from apple as the company's ceo. founded in 1976. thanks to jobs, changed the way most of us looked at technology. in 1984, he launched the macintosh, the first successful home pc and a device that changed wait we listen to music and revolutionized the music industry itself with the ipod. and complications of pancreatic cancer, i have long admired this guy. a business leader. not one with a bigger impact how we live today. he may be stepping aside, his legacy is everywhere. >>> up next, whatever happened to corporate patriotism?. can big business compete on a level playing field?brus ng. thankfully, there's listerine® antiseptic. its triple-action formula penetrates biofilm, kills germs and protects your mouth for hours. fight biofilm with listerine®. hut! go! here it comes! right on the numbers! boom! get it! spin! oh, nice hands! chest bump. ugh! good job, man. nice! okay, halftime. now, this is my favorite play. oh! i'm wide open. oh, fumble. fumb
of these things, steve jobs had a good relationship with the google fonders. >> these guys hate each other. this is just a bunch of guys that hate each other? >> a bonus. >> yeah. that's why -- >> it beefed up trade when google came up with its phone. >> sounds like you're going to have two different monopolies and we're going to have to figure it out. >> that's the thing. monopoly -- the biggest concern, and we saw this in the net neutrality base, with the capable sdrishgs debaistributio debate, the question, concern, whether it's google, apple, web providers, comcast, time warner, the people who control the pipes or the people who control screens, google, apple, facebook, will they then be able to control which content i can see and effectively shrinkç th whole internet into a walled garden, where instead of this huge ocean that's the internet where i can go anywhere and find out anything from sri lanka to paris, whatever the best thing is, it just emerging magically from the ether what our fantasy is, creating these shrinking wall of gardens that i'm really just what this group of peo
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